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Feb 12, 2007
Dermatologists have raised their voice against the US Food and Drug Administration's (FDA) proposed rule banning over-the-counter availability of hydroquinone.
Feb 9, 2007
A task force headed by the National Standards Foundation is expected to launch standards for organic personal care products by Summer 2007.
Feb 1, 2007 | David C. Steinberg, Steinberg & Associates
This column outlines recent advancements in EU regulation. It discusses regulation of animal origin ingredients in addition to SCCP opinions on coumarin, parabens, toluene, triclosan, HC Red No. 1 and 4-methylbenzylidene camphor.
Jan 31, 2007
The list of substances banned from cosmetics in China has doubled, effective July 1, 2007.
Jan 22, 2007
OEHHA, the lead organization for the implementation of Proposition 65 in California has once again extended the closing date for public comment regarding its intent to list anthraquinone.
Jan 16, 2007
A partnership agreement has been announced between Cosmetic Valley and UNITIS.
Jan 2, 2007
Best Foods Inc. (New York) has agreed to stop selling eye cosmetic products that contain lead in Maryland.
Dec 28, 2006 | Mindy Goldstein, PhD, Estèe Lauder Companies
C&T magazine welcomes this new column, Tech Edge, to the regular 2007 lineup. Mindy Goldstein, PhD, of Estée Lauder will explore various topics of concern to the cosmetics and personal care industry, beginning with the REACH legislation in Europe.
Dec 27, 2006
The Ministry of Health in Brunei has banned 27 cosmetic products that contain potentially harmful substances.
Dec 19, 2006
At the Cosmetic Ingredient Review (CIR) Expert Panel's 101st meeting, a total of 17 separate ingredient reports were considered.
Dec 14, 2006
Yesterday the European Union Parliament adopted the compromise text for the European chemicals regulation, REACH.
Dec 11, 2006
After receiving a report from UNITIS, CIR is once again investigating the safety of Calendula officinalis in leave-on cosmetics.